Formaldehyde...UNDETECTABLE in all MDB Family products!

We are very happy to inform you that Million Dollar Baby products are all formaldehyde & lead safe.  We use the safest paints and finishes for all of our brands.  Rest assured that we not only meet federal standards, but we by far exceed them.  Not only do our products meet the federal standards set by the CPSC (Consumer Product Safety Commission).

We are proud that our formaldehyde levels for all of our furniture is UNDETECTABLE.  In other words our standards have and always will be better than the standards of the market. 
 
All juvenile products are required by federal law to abide by the rules of the CPSC in order for them to be sold to consumers.  All of our cribs are manufactured to comply with the federal guidelines and standards set forth by the CPSC, as well as the ASTM (American Society of Testing Materials).
 
If you have any other questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact us.  We are always happy to provide you with the General Certificate of Compliance!

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    Daniel Gebretensai

    All of the brands adhere to the same regulations and have passed all compliance tests.  The paints, glues and materials used will be the same as well.

    I’m sorry but we cannot share test reports as it contains proprietary information and information from our vendors.

    The cribs are actually lead and phthalate safe.

    The paint is a non-toxic sealer with lacquer.

    We go through annual paint tests with the JPMA.  Paint is called safe when it has toxic materials under 300 parts per million [ppm].  For a company to claim low toxicity means they have paint with toxicity below 90 ppm. Here at Million Dollar Baby, our paint levels come in at less than 2 ppm.

    The paint is low VOC.   The Hudson crib uses New Zealand Pine and there is no MDF present.   The crib is made and painted in Taiwan. 

    Unfortunately, we do not sell any of our cribs unfinished.

    Sincerely,

    The MDB Family

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    Maria

    MDP, I am asking about the Hudson crib and specifically pertaining to Daniel's comment above on Jan 15, 2014. 

    What do you mean the crib is "lead safe." Where is this lead in the crib, paint, glue, other materials? What are the levels of lead in the finish?

     

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    Daniel Gebretensai

    Hi Maria-

    There is a chart on this page with percentages for lead and where it is found.  This is for the Emily crib.  However, the regulations and requirements are the same throughout the collections.

    http://www.davincibaby.com/emily-4-in-1-convertible-crib

    The MDB Family

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    Leila Makarechi

    Thank you for the link. I see that the Emily crib is GreenGuard certified. Is the Babyletto Hudson crib also GreenGuard certified?  If not, what GreenGuard standards does it not meet?

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    Meghan

    I'm interested in buying the MDB Tillen crib and dresser.  What part of these items has MDF in them?

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    hazel

    I'm considering the Baby Mod Parklane crib. Can anyone tell me if the paint, glues, stains, etc. are the same as used with the babyletto mercer,etc? There is a lot of information about the safety standards for the babyletto mercer, however, I am looking at a baby mod Parklane which appears to be similar, but can't find any information that explains if it shares the same wood, paints, glues, stains, etc. and meets the same standards as the other brands. Is the drawer bottom the only part that is MDF and/or contains formaldahyde? 

    thanks.

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    hazel

    Can anyone tell me if the Wallmart exclusive Baby Mod cribs match all of the other standards of MDB? For example, is it made of the same wood, paint, stains, glues, etc. 

     

     

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    Darshana Sivakumar

    Do you provide a non-MDF replacement part for the mdf board that comes with the Da Vinci Alpha mini crib? I would really like to have a non-mdf board. I purchased this product assuming it was all solid wood...at least if you provide a replacement option for an extra charge that will be okay.

    I know you say that the products are non formaldehyde detectable, but why not just make the whole thing with solid wood? I’m sure buyers won’t mind spending the extra buck if needed.. or at least provide two versions of the product and give buyers a choice ? Please let me know. Baby is due in a few weeks and I want the best option for him. The crib is already assembled and the box is also thrown, else would have considered returning (which I will still consider based on what you say)

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